The Fal­con tak­ing off from Kiruna, north­ern Swe­den

The Falcon taking off from Kiruna, northern Sweden
The Fal­con tak­ing off from Kiruna, north­ern Swe­den
Credit: DLR/Andreas Minikin (CC-BY 3.0)

The Falcon taking off from Kiruna, northern Sweden

The Fal­con can car­ry a pay­load of up to 1100 kilo­grams of sci­en­tif­ic in­stru­ments. The in­stru­ments are in­stalled in­side and un­der­neath the cab­in, and un­der the wings. These in­clude, among oth­er things, a flow me­ter, a nose boo, and an­ten­nas that can be at­tached to the air­craft ex­te­ri­or.

The Falcon can carry a payload of up to 1100 kilograms of scientific instruments. The instruments are installed inside and underneath the cabin, and under the wings. These include, among other things, a flow meter, a nose boo, and antennas that can be attached to the aircraft exterior.

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